I’ve been filled with anger ever since the vaping incident at Fannin County High School sent two students to the hospital.
Two weeks ago, in this space, the question was asked whether the Blue Ridge City Council would take an “anything goes” approach or set a pattern for controlled sustainable growth.
What does “the mushroom of immortality” in ancient Chinese medicine and a tough, woody mushroom growing out of a north Georgia Hemlock have in common?
Shaken by the tragedy but not surprised.
Two Fannin County High School students had to be taken to the hospital last week after they injested a substance from a vaping device.